As I said, it would leave a lot of blank space since only small areas were visited in-games and that successive games taking place years later rarely mention the current state of previously visited areas.I just wanted a map of the usa, so I don't really care about the rest of the world
Anyone found maps similar to what I posted?
Paint or Paint.net? If you use the former, please consider the later, if you want a free and easy-to-use software.
Thank you for your advice. I only have paint on my computer I can't install paint.net for some reason. No, I wasn't talking about national borders but about the shadows on the continents.Paint or Paint.net? If you use the former, please consider the later, if you want a free and easy-to-use software.
And if you meant the latter, the next question would be which kind of "borders" do you mean?
Country borders? If so, I'm sorry to inform you that, as far as I know, there is no way to generate country borders on a map, even less so for borders that make sense. That's just part of mapmaking.
For borders that are technically already there, e.g. continents or islands, you can use the drop shadow or outline object functions that are part of every major mod pack for paint.net. Just use a low blur radius and a very high shadow opacity, in the end, if you used layers correctly, it should like you've added a border around your continents.